Javea, or Xabia in the local Valenciano language of the Comunidad Valenciana region, is situated between two headland capes, Cabo de la Nao and Cabo de San Antonio.
Javea has three distinctive areas, the pueblo de Javea (the old town area), the port, and the Arenal sandy beach area.
The old town of Javea is full of character and steeped in history, with narrow streets and the original Javea townhouses.
The church of San Bartolomé is located in the Plaza de la Iglesia in Jávea, a fortified religious building whose origins on the tower-apse date from the 14th century, a Valencian Gothic-style building, with additional works in the 16th century, directed by Domingo Urtiaga.
The Soler Blasco Archaeological and Ethnological museum is also located in the historic old town area of Javea, in a building known as ‘la casa-palau de Antoni Banyuls’ (the palace of Antoni Banyuls). It is one of the town´s most important historic buildings, now housing a large permanent exhibition alongside temporary ones.
The Javea / Xabia coastline consists of beaches, coves, select housing estates and appealing apartment complexes near to the beaches, joined together by a string of viewing point locations (you will see the many “mirador” road signs with the name of each viewpoint).
The Town Hall (Ayuntamiento de Xabia) is also located in the old town, in Plaza de la Iglesia, 4, 03730 XABIA/JAVEA (Alicante) Tel: +34 965 790 500.
FIESTAS / FESTIVITIES IN XÀBIA / JÁVEA 2023
Three Kings Parade and life Nativity scene
From January 7th until February 8th San Antonio’s Festivities
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The official tourism site of Valencia has hosted live webcams all over the Costa Blanca.
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From the Javea sandy beach to the port area of Javea, there is a rocky beach front with a Tosca stone layer, before the sea which looks cut and shaped by someone with a very straight cutting tool. That is exactly what has happened, it is not a natural phenonmen This was first used by the Romans to make coffins and stone walls, later the soft stone was used locally to make decorative arches and walls for the villas being built in the area. Read More
Reasons to buy a property in Javea, Spain.
The weather – over 300 days of sunshine a year.
Easy access to Alicante and Valencia airports.
The low cost of living compared to other European countries.
Great local food and drink, with.. Read More
It’s not just beaches and blue seas that attract people to Javea.
Just a short drive from the Arenal beach in the flat bay of Javea, you can quickly reach 15 stunning viewpoints and 5 official hiking trails promoted by.. Read More
If you want to play golf in dry, sunny conditions, then Javea / Xabia can provide you with 300 days of sunshine a year. I have lived here for over 29 years and rain has stopped play on only a few occasions. Read More
Javea / Xàbia has been one the Mediterranean’s
most prestigious tourist destinations for
over 40 years. This is the case because
despite the growth of recent decades,
we have not lost our identity as a town
and we have not lost touch with.. Read More
gorgeous Mediterranean city of Valencia is the third-largest in Spain and the
perfect place to visit if you are based in Javea or visiting Javea. It
approximately one hour and 20 minutes by car from Javea /.. Read More
The Donkey Sanctuary is situated on the road from the village of Jalon, head towards the Bérnia mountain range and you will see the signs on the right hand side. Read More
Since golf is the passion of so many people in recent years, it
is easy to understand why golf properties in the Costa Blanca
have become so popular. Read More